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some 26,000 people are running across san francisco right now. we'll join you live from the san francisco marathon. >> and gunfire breaks out killing one person and injured two others. >> and missing for two weeks. what we're learning for a missing uc berkeley student that disappeared at a lake in texas. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> and good morning to you on
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this sunday morning. you're taking a live look at the golden gate bridge in san francisco. and not a lot of traffic on the roadway but over to the right, rook at all the traffic going on the walk ways. that's the runner for the san francisco marathon. she's going to have more coming up in just about 2:00. welcome to morning on 2. >> good morning. you can see the fog hanging over the golden gate. good morning. >> good morning to you. cloudy cool for those runner. even the possible of a few sprinkles. here you can see we have fog, low clouds, middle upper clouds. it's back. that monsoonal moisture and has triggered a few sprinkles. berkeley, so that ridge of high pressuring the circulation around it sending it our
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direction and this is what we're looking at. get in a little bit clozzer and pick up some of the green here. into parts of the south bay there. with the sublayer below it, very, very dry. a few sprinkles reported this morning. that's what we have. i think by the second half of afternoon we will turn mostly sunny at least away from the coast. it will have some temperatures very nice once again. hot once again. 65 in concord. 61 in knapp pa. low 60s in oakland. you're checking in at # 5. a lot of us waking up a tad warmer than when we were yesterday. our temperatures will continue to soar. 79 for oakland.
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in the futurefast model, when these -- the cooling trend will continue. more coming up. and we are following breaking news out of berkeley. police are looking for a person who ran out on to interstate 80 and caused a car accident. police say the person ran off the interstate and has yet to be found. lanes have to be shutdown. unclear why the person was running on the roadway. well, happening nowing, thousand of runs are pounding streets. live for us at the starting line this morning with the 37th annual san francisco marathon. katie? >> reporter: good morning. it was an early wakeup call not only for us but for the thousands of the runners. the elites took off at 5:30. the last of the runners that are were starting the 5k took
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off. they're pretty efficient. they're taking down the start line. the finish line is just a few hundred feet beyond us. but let me show you video of the start of the race. >> two, one, go. >> reporter: not sure if you could heard it but there was a cable car bell that started the san francisco marathon. we expect to see some of the elite runners that you're seeing here cross the finish line within the 7:00 around. they're around the golden gate bridge but there are plenty of others that are completing the time runed for the first time. >> hope it's not -- >> this is my second san francisco. dippin a full back in 2011 and this morning i thought thought i'd do a half. they're headed to golden gate
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bridge. >> reporter: they're go across the bridge. then back here to the embark. there's security around the race. we have some motorcycle clubs that are providing some security. they're taking down the start line at this point. we're going to head to the finish line. you'll join you and we should have our elite runners across the race and we'll have some of the marathon winners it tell you about. >> time now 7:05. east palo al to police are investigating a triple shooting. police were called. police found three people were shot. one man and two women. the 3 32-year-old man was taken to the hospital. >> a wild fire near the town of
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plymouth. that fire has burned about 4,000 acres. right now it's 20% contained. five homes and several other build vaccination been destroyed. the fire tripled in size yesterday. the first full day it burned. firefighters say it is a combination of dry, hot weather and steep terrain that's making it so tough to put out. >> this is going to be happening all over. i don't think it's specific to this area. this is just what we're going to see across northern california until we get significant rain. >> the fire was started by a vehicle driving in dry vegetation. the wild fire is also forcing evacuations. it starts at 4:00 yesterday afternoon. this fire has burned 700 acres near 141 and 120.
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the small communities are evacuating. highway 120 is closed in that area. it is main route through the park. highway 140 remains open. fremont police say they were forced to break a car window to get to a 6-month-old baby inside. police say the mother had accidently locked her baby inside the car at the time it was hot and the sun was streaming directly on to the child's face. they tried to get in using a lockout tool but it was taking too long so they broke the window instead. later today, search is expecting to resume. he was last seen on july 13th jumping off a boat. he never resurfaced. according to the daily californian his family raised more than $13,000 to bring in a specialized crew to search for
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him. he was in texas for a summer internship. one man is dead. yesterday afternoon police -- just west of the camp ground. the kayak had capsized with two people on board and one of the men struggled to stay afloat. they performed cpr but were unable to revive him. his identity has not been released. a state senator is calling for an investigation. the state investigative reports shows that a criminal investigation is warranted. how the state department of transportation knowingly accepted substandard work at taxpayer's expense. they'll discuss the report on a hearing. some residents of albany are
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raising concerned of homeless. they've seen them running across the tracks and are concerned they may get hit. they're asking to take more action to help the homeless. fighting continues this morning despite them agreeing to a 24-hour cease fire. the palestinian group then agreed to a day-long u.n. cease fire. they accused hamas of continuing firing. but officials say they have the right to defend themselves. >> the people of gaza is not the enemy. the enemy is the people who are trying to kill our people. >> they want to continue
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destroying tunnels. they cannot tolerate israeli troops in the territory. the tensions over the middle east can be felt here in the bay area. >> free country. no, it is not free country. hundreds of people rallied in san francisco in support of the palestinians. a demonstration lasted for more than 3 hours. people marched to union square and back. a mixed martial arts fighter is getting ready to join the israeli army. featherweight fighter won his final bout yesterday in san jose. he says it's his duty to go back to israel. while he's been living in
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california his parents have been forced to run to bomb shelters. >> sandy basher are going from a golden bear to a nittany lion. she posted these photographs after septembering the job. she was at berkeley for a decade and say -- barbara takes over a penn state program still reeling from the jerry sandusky scandal. she will earn $70700,000 year. the san jose earthquakes will face off with athletico madrid. tickets to the game are still available online. the quake will have the honor of bidding farewell while playing in the first stadium
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next week. >> a mother dead and her young son in the hospital. coming up at 7:30 what police are saying about the alleged killer. >> people are more scary than the bulls. >> people ran with the bulls. we'll entry you to an 82-year- oldman who said he did to be morred -- more adventurous than his sons. >> your temperatures for today. >> it's very busy out there with runners of san francisco marathon. running all morning long.
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a stampede of bulls charging through a crowd of people at the fairground and hon -- hundreds of people did it just for fun. the event was the first of its kind in california but chris tee in a -- it didn't happen with -- without a bit of controversy. >> reporter: it was pleasantton where more than 2,000 paid $60 to run with the bulls. >> people were more scary than the bulls >> reporter: thrill seeking run in his family and he wanted to one-up his children. >> my son from the north shore. and another son bungee jumped so i felt like i had to do something. >> reporter: walking with a
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bandaged wrist. this is what it looked like on the track. >> a lot of mayhem. even's acting like they're brave and scooted off to the side and crying. >> reporter: one man got nailed in the back. >> he was trying to run in front of the but and went straight to the ground. but ran over him. someone grabbed him and pulled him. >> reporter: a second person was injured. both are expected to be o.k. >> i'll come and watch my friends do it. and root them on, but i don't be it. >> animals rights activists wanted to stop the run but runners were told not to hit the animals. >> translator: >> -- the bulls can hit all the people they want. the revenue have visitors at
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-- he'll do it again if given the chance. >> and you can still run, get out here. don't give up. >> organizers are calling the event a major success. they're already planning to be back at the fairgrounds next year. reporting in pleasantton. >> a 6-year-old born with only half a arm is getting help with some people in central florida. he started to realize he had a disability. hi feelings have been hurt as other children talk about why his arm is the way it is. >> i've been -- i've been bitten by a shark, alligator and runed over by a car. >> well, alex's mom said she knew she wanted to help her son and she found -- a affordable
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bionic arm. he was able to use that new arm. >> we have a responsibility to do this. with these degrees in engineering if we can't be helping people, then what are they worth? >> it made the arm with 3d printers and common off the shelf geers and costs just -- >> are you ready for a few showers? i looked at her. >> sprinkles, rain drops. >> it's going on this morning. it's very common that subtropical moisture back in the picture this morning. we had it last week and a few the week before that. a beautiful view of the sun shining there. live over parts of the east bay and bay point this morning. but yeah, not a lot of sunshine out there this morning.
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at least not a lot to see from our vantage point. giving you a look here at the moisture pulling in from the south a. little bit closer. we'll take a look at where we have some sprinkles falling. quite a bit on the radar. we're still very dry out there. a lot of this not really hitting the ground but with had some scattered showers. you might have a little bit of drizzle outside your door. along highway 101. a few reports from berkeley, sfo a few scattered thundershowers. look like it may be over the east bay hill. maybe along 880 this morning and one last time here in and around parts of the south bay. you may be picking up a few sprinkles. show you where all of this is coming from. we've been tracking the same pattern. we got the ridge of high pressure, the circulation around it and there's that
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monsoon moisture. that going on for southern california over the sierra. i'm going to run you through this. these clouds are going to clear as we get into the afternoon. not really picking up on any rain. a little bit out there. by around noontime, 1:00 we're clearing out. the clouds clear from the coast just a bit but they're back by the afternoon. temperatures a lot like yesterday. they'll span anywhere from 30 to 35 degrees depending on the coast or the inland areas where you will be for today. 87 for today. 75 for berkeley. 79 in oakland. mid to upper 90s for our inland cities. 99 san jose. your extended forecast here
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with the second half of your weekend showing that temperatures will be actually be at the hottest today. at least it's there. partly cloudy skies on monday. that monsoonal moisture pulls out by tuesday and looking at mid-90s for our inland cities. back to the desk. >> all right. time now 7:20 and bay area will get the chance to find that benefit dress at an event that promises only knot only to save them money but help in the fight against breast cancer. the brides against breast cancer tour of gowns. this weekend it's in the east bay. the tour of gowns raises money to deliver free information. there will be thousands of dresses for sale today. it'll be head from noon to 4:00 p.m. at the emeryville hilton hill. >> a soldier killed in afghanistan. >> his mom and i are very proud of his accomplishment.
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fighting between pro- russian separatists and ukrainian. international monitors postponed the visit because of the unsafe conditions. there are reports of shelling and gunfire. the obama administration has accused russia of planning to supply them with heavier weapons the family of one of the passengers on board that flight have made their way to the site. we told you about the family which threw from australia ya to eastern ukraine to see the
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site. her 25-year-old daughter was on the plane. despite claims to not visit the area, they reached the stronghold. it was an extremely emotional time going to the spot where they lost their daughter. >> we have promised our daughter we will come here. but it actually -- as soon as possible. it's a time factor. we should have come here the minute it happened. a group of australian police officers are also in eastern ukraine to observe the wreckage and recover the human remains that are still there however dutch investigate force cancelled their visit because of security concerns. 2014 has been a deadly year for commercial flighting. 761 people have died this year. that's almost three times as many as last year and the highest since 2010. despite recent incidents, flying is safe. the tragedies involving the
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malaysia airline and the flight four months ago are the result of a unusual circumstances and are not a sign of systemic problems. >> we're doubling the number of flight hours that was true 20 years ago and the fatalities are going down. >> mid-air crashes are less likely n. the u.s. alone the rate of deadly airplane accidents have fallen 83%. >> hundreds of people forced from their home. fire the agencies are digging in to help with that wildfire. >> going on right here. >> an attack inside a home leaves a mother dead and her young son in the hospital. what police are saying about
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the alleged killer. >> outside our doors a mostly cloudy start to the day and those clouds filled with monsoonal moisture. back again. how long this pattern is going to last coming up.
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two, one, go.
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>> the san francisco marathon is underway. look at the start of the race there and what you can expect if you're headed into the city this morning. welcome back to mornings on 2, everyone. >> want to start you off with a quick look at the weather. it's going to be hot today but this is great morning for runners. >> you're right. a little cool, a little breezy. a bird's eye view. mid-and high level moisture wanigans. streaming in from the desert southwest. ful like most of july has been with subtropical moisture. so it's back. ridge of high pressure. the circulation around the high bringing in to us. you can see southern california dealing with the possibility of scattered showers this morning. and getting closer here. light sprinkles this morning. i had a -- some folks from ktvu
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has them coming in and you can see it's fairly widespread. some of it what is known as -- it evaporates before it gets there. 65 in concord. 63 in oakland. these numbers are a lot like yesterday. even a tad warmer with all the clouds. for the amp today, temperatures will be a lot like yesterday. cool at the coast. mild to warm around the bay and hot inland once again. 95 in morgan hill. by the second of the day, the clouds are going to clear out, at least for most of us. the look at futurecast coming up. thousands of runners are pacificking the pavement. it may seem like they are everywhere. let's take a live look at the bridge right now and you can see traffic is moving on the span on the top of your screen though. there are all those runners making their way on this
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beautiful morning. and there are a couple lanes closed for the marathon. so luckily traffic is light and it's not effecting anyone through that area. but the san francisco marathon is underway right you now. the race kicked off at 5:0 this morning. >> two, one, go. >> and they were off. this is the event's 37th year. some 26,000 people signed up and a few brave souls are testing their endurance by running the double marathon. yes, you heard that correctly. they are running in their second marathon. if you're drive management city, expect traffic delays today from the downtown area to fisherman's wharf and around golden gate park. it loops through most of the city. if you're watching the race known knows someone, we invite
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you to take some few pictures and send them to us. he's actually taking pictures as he goes and posting these pictures on twitter. you can tweet twowr photos with hashtag ktvu. we will is have a live report at the top of our next hour. that's when the top runners are finishing up. >> well wildfire near the town of -- it started friday afternoon and right now it's 20% contained. two bay areas strike teams have been sent to help fight this fire. the fire is monitoring the situation closely. >> more than 1400 firefighters are now on the sand fire. and up against the same forces we've seen all summer.
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fuel like kindling, steep terrain, hot, dry weather. >> this is a really critical day for us. we're hoping we can get through this day and hold the fire. >> instead the fire expanded. threatening more homes beyond the five already destroyed. and a few hundred new households were evacuated in -- that's >> that's the fire. >> reporter: they were on a no- divert hours for several hours. lives were in danger. >> they were evacuating a lot of subdivisions today. >> reporter: it pulls crews away from the fire fight. >> that's their forecast right now. >> power lines down. >> reporter: bay area completed by 8 nnls so far still have to
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cover their own needs. it was put out. look no further than the sand fire for more proof clearing brush makes the difference. >> night and day. so you can see the house on fire with the trees the canny all around it and the another one with -- 150 to 200 feet. that's going to be happening all over. i don't think it's specific to that area. this is just what we're going to see across northern california until we get significant rain. >> and that was debra reporting. that fire was started by a vehicle driving in dry vemmation. firefighters rescued a 200- pound tortoise. they were forced to leave him behind. they went back to rescue him. an investigation is under way
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to -- that fire started about 3:30 yesterday morning. it took firefighters more than 12 hours to get that fire under control. an employee inside escaped before firefighters arrived but had to be transported to the hospital with critical injuries. three of the five buildings were completely destroyed. >> the coast guard is warning people about responsible boating after rescuing an intoks indicated man from a paddle boat. a witness called the coast guard after seeing a man passed out. the coast guard says he was intoxicated but not hurt. he's luckily he did not fall overboard. it happened at a home on
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muran street. the victim was there with her two young boys ages five and eight. just before 2:00 the 8-year-old called 2001 asking for help. >> what happens to be an 8-year- old who was at the crime scene, reporting that someone had just come in and attacked his family. >> police say the 8-year-old was not hurt. the 5-year-old is in stable condition. the mother died to the hospital. they arrested daryl wakefield field. wakefield field new the incident. >> he has a very violent history. >> police are not saying-out woman was killed. investigate force say they're searching for the the murder weapon and are trying to determine why the family was attacked. they're investigating a crash of a small plane piloted by a south bay man. that airveght experienced engine trouble and that was
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attempting an emergency landing. while the experimental plane caught fire and burst into flames the two people and the two people in the truck escaped with minor or no injuries. the pilot is identified at frederick rauser. the plane was traveling from reno to south dakota. the funeral for a woman killed in a robbery will be live streamed by a church. misty holts died after being taken hostage. her funeral is tomorrow at 11 in the morning at bear creek community church. it'll be open to the public. a professor at san francisco state university accused of videotaping his students while they use the bathroom at his home is scheduled to appear in court. he allegedly videoed former and current students. one day a student found a
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surveillance camera in the bathroom disguised as a tissue box. he taught accounting from 2006 until last friday. testimony is set to resume this wednesday by -- a concord teacher. 46-year-old joseph martin has pleaded not guilty. on thursday, a data expert testified that a child torn website history and suspicious searches. his defense argued that hi -- through unintended popups. the debate in washington over how to handle the surge of children continues this weekend. on friday, president obama hosting a meeting with leaders. they discuss ways to prevent groups of undocumented children from other countries making the
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trek. he called on house republicans to act on the emergency spending. governor brown is headed to mexico on an important economic trip. it begins monday and include meetings with lawmakers and the country's energy secretary. governor brown is expected to sign several agreements on issue including climate change, education and trade. joining him on the trip is a group of business leaders and state legislators. california will have four different gromps this week as we mentioned governor brown is off to mexico. special olympics related events. steinberg takes over but he leaves for personal business and assembly speak her be acting governor for about 9
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hours. >> translator: 49ers say they want to keep injured running back kendall hunter. the backup tore a knee ligament and is expected to miss the upcoming season, which is also the final year of his contract. 49ers general manager told comcast sportsnet he wants to resign hunter who he says is a tremendous football player and an even better young man. line backer jared lee suffered severe burns throughout his body during an apartment fire. he was slated to become the starting middle linebacker. he tells the mercury news he's in the early stages of a long recovery. he vows to play football again. some hot weather continues. the extreme measures one police
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department went through to save a toddler. >> one of the oldest women to serve our country. the special ceremony and the -- >> a few isolated sprinkles out there. we will dive into the radar. take a look at how long this interesting pattern is going to last coming up. >> this one of the golden gate bridge on the sunday morning where you can see runners participating in the san francisco marathon. going north and south along the golden gate bridge. time now is 7:42. you're watching mornings on 2.
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screams of shock after people at san diego's comican witnessed a man driving through a crowd of people. a woman was taken to the hospital. driver was taken in for questioning. police say he was trying to get around a large crowd of people when his children got scared. they said when he -- people began punching the car and he sped off. >> the concordia cruise ship is reaching its final stop today. 32 passengers and crew members died in january when the ship sank after hitting a rock off the coast of italy. it'll be broken up with his parts being sold. >> we are learning new information from the soldier who was killed in afghanistan. 19-year-old army private first class keith williams' family
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spoke out yesterday. he joined the military because he wanted to do everything he could to make sure he protected the people he loved. >> his mom and i are very proud of his accomplishment. even though we lost him. it's very, very difficult, but we're very proud of him. >> he died thursday when the truck he was riding in near the border was hit by an ied. another soldier from nebraska was killed in that attack. >> the -- an honor to bring you to your memorial. >> 108-year-old had the chance to visit some of the memorials. she was just a month shy of her 37th birthday when she joined the women's army in 1943. the indiana native was shipped out to australia and japan.
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she stayed in civil service until 1971. >> it's important for americans to remember, you know, what kind of sacrifices some americans make to really be in their opinion, an american. >> we owe her a debt of gratitude. >> she requested to see the women's memorial arlington national cemetery and a chance to take the personal tour of the world war ii memorial. it seems like we're getting a little bit of a cooldown. >> quite interesting out there but this is sort of become usually around here. at least recently. we have another batch of monsoonal moisture working across the bay area. bringing us mostly cloudy skies. and a beautiful view there over san jose. it's falling. most of it not hitting the ground but you may have a few
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sprinkles. if you're going to the farmer's market. these are expected to clear. we have to go to through the satellite radar and have to point you into and around areas around the desert southwest because it tells a lot. this is the story. this ridge of high pressure that's remained parked here for a couple weeks and the motion around it dragging and pushing that subtropical moisture into california. southern california, into the sierra. a few lightning strikes near big sir. it came around at the 6:30 hour. they pop up and sort of move out or disappear as we move ashore. here at home, we've had a few scattered showers this morning. i keep pointing to berkeley. a lot of moisture over parts of east bay. so may have some of this going
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on. lafayette, a few sprinkles. we do shift a little bit. we have a few bits of moisture around fremont, palo alto, you may have as well. again, as we get into the second half of the day, partly cloudy. away from the coastline. let me bring you through your sunday. all those clouds overhead. as we get into noon, partly cloudy to mostly sunny. we'll be with the clouds remaining. our temperatures will remain right about where we were yesterday. some of us will be a tad cooler. helping to surpress some of the heat. right now 70 degrees already. you're going to feel a little muggy this morning. temperatures for the afternoon upper 80s nevada. 77 for richmond. to the east bay. mid to-upper 90s.
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94, and 8 -- 88 degrees. 70 degrees this afternoon in san francisco. temperatures will continue to fall off. a minor drop coming tomorrow. temperatures level off but they don't go up. mid-90s for tuesday and wednesday. the subtropical moisture is expected to strategic around through partings of monday before it's finally out of here. back to the desk. >> the runner who's feeling -- been allegedly connected to another scam. the own of that condo says they were supposed to represent the unit but has stopped payment. this isn't the full time he's tried a scam. back in enforce they collecting a video game. that game has not been released and the san francisco chronicle reports they launched another campaign to raise $25,000. garbage trucks can soon be running on the city's food
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waste for the past year napa has been hosting a program. city officials have been wanting to expend the program to produce enough to power the city's garbage trucks. they received $3 million energy grant. they would need $12.7. >> am who in colorado is trying to help stray cats-- she says she quit her job as a zoo keeper. after seeing so many cats without a home, she wanting to do something to show people how much fun owning a cat can be. she began training cats. >> they roll barrels, push shopping carts, jump through hoops. do long jumps, high jumps, ring
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bells and even play in an all- cat band. >> people have the chance to doctor's appointment any of the performers. martin says since 2009 she's found homes for 142 cats. it will be in boulder before heading to denver. he's still work ogn't show schedule for next year. >> a new arm comes true. >> as soon as he put it on, it was just like, it clicked. >> coming up in 20 minutes how a 3d printer and an engineer student helped give the boy another chance. >> how a new bacteria may help people lose weight.
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people who struggle with obesity could find some help from a bacteria. they've been testing it on
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mice. research shows probiotics are -- they're a lot like the one you find in the yogurt. >> they seem to great an environment such that we either absorb or manage or metabolize or me tab new trippets. -- does this they can develop a vaccine against obesity. people who work at -- developing type 2 diabetes. people who work outside normal office hours have a 9% increased risk for the disease. for people who rotate between day and night shifts, the risk is even higher. by not having a regular sleep- wake cycle. they can weaken the resilience. >> you the dodger came to town with a mission to win.
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the dodgers are back in fourth place. gonzalez. can't find the ball last night. gonzalez on second. 3-2 pitch down the left-field line. it falls in. gonzalez scores. ramirez nailed though trying to go for two and like that, it's 1-0 dodgers and that's all they would need a. complete game. two-hitter. 113 pitches. a 5-0 win. newly acquired jake on mobbed tonight as they look to take back first place. fans are -- they're providing extra services today. they'll add extra trains to accommodate the expected rise. there are is special trains arriving at 3:36, 4:36 and 5:07 first pitch. the oakland as have the best
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record in baseball. in texas, he got the offensive support. down one in the sixth a. two- run shot to right. just like that oakland takes the lead. let's say in the six. it was a pretty good inning. walking highlight goes opposite field and it's 3-1 oakland. muscles one out to deep right center. then it's josh redding who sends one to who knows where. my goodness. that thing landed somewhere out in louisiana. as win 5-1. >> promotion last night did not go as planned. now the first 15,000 were supposed to go giving a free shirt. unfortunately there was a typo in his name. they have apologized for the misspelled jersey. they'll exchange the jersey for one that is spelled correctly and a free ticket to a future game. >> a baby left in a hot car
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while the mom goes shopping. the extreme measures the police department went to to save that woman's life. >> homes destroyed. the biggest challenges they face to bring it under control. it's a cloudy start. even a few scattered showers over the bay area. i'll look at your temperatures for today coming up.
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gunfire breaks out overnight killing one person and injuring two others the information police are -- two people rushed to a hospital after a fire in richmond. the injuries thiasus taped after trying to escape their home. good morning to you. you're taking a live look in san francisco at the golden gate bridge this morning the san francisco marathon is underway. you can see runners making
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their way across the span. katie is going to have a live report coming up in just two minutes. >> i'm mike. looks pretty cool out there are if the runners at least in san francisco. let's check in with rosemary. >> good morning to you. it's cloudy, it's cool. a little breezy in some areas and get a look at this beautiful shot. a mix of low clouds, mid and high-level clouds and some sunshine mixed in there as well. very artistic. we have some sprinkle falling. coming in from desert southwest. take a look how it's extreming from the south. you can see how it's moving through. yes, it's sprinkling in our neighborhood. we have berkeley reporting a few scattered showers. areas like -- you can see quite a bit of a moisture. let's squeeze in a little bit
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closer. areas like lafayette, picking up a few showers. farther east. how about palo alto? you may have a few showers outside your door. models didn't really pick up on this. they haven't done a very good job. that continues to move through our area from time to time. at least here in the month of july. right now, 62 in napa. 60 in san francisco. the clouds over head. it's going to feel mild out there and muggy. the onshore breeze will continue. fairfield. you can see by the afternoon temperatures still quite warm to hot for inland cities. temperatures could come down just a tad but the clouds in place and onshore breeze
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blowing. inland east bay. 89 san jose. upper 80s to near 90 degrees. these clouds are going to clear. show you the futurecast model. temperatures will continue to cool. more on that coming up. well, happening now the first runner in today's san francisco marathon are finishing the race. some 26,000 people signed fun for the run. one of the scenic marathons in the world. ktvu's katie udis is at the finish line. katie? >> reporter: elite runners are just around the corner. i'm going to step right out of the way. we want to be able to show you them coming across the finish line. we're just two and a half hours. they took off at 5:30. you can see them stretching out. i have to move out of the way here. city council not see.
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the runner here. there's like a five second gap. should be expecting another one shortly behind him. he's got good numbers. 33. i did not catch his name. hour first elite runner at 2:32 and 25 seconds. the runner-up coming up next. very exciting. another one. did not catch his name either. it's quite loud out here. people run for many reasons. he was running to raise money. >> i don't know what i can do in brazil and the rain forest. i don't know what i can do in ind indonesia. i can make it mine. two, one, go. >> the video you just saw was the start of the race.
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there are around 26,000 runner out here running from the full 26.2 to even a double marathon and a 5k. they are running over the golden gate bridge through golden gate park through thu the ashbury neighborhood. the elite runners. they are being interviewed. we would have the elite women's runner coming up here shortly as well. we've got just a -- the weather is perfect for running. we're going to be live here at the finish line throughout the morning. we'll be with you in the next half hour. new this morning, east palo alto police are investigating a shooting. they were called to this home. they found three people who were shot. one man and two women. the 31-year-old man died at the scene the two women were taken to the hospital in stable
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condition. no arrests have been made. they're asking for the public's help in the case. two families are living in temporary housing this morning after a fire destroyed their apartment in richmond. it starts just before 4:00 this morning. firefighters say two people suffered burps. they also say a neighborhood helped save lives by knocking on people's doors to warning them about the fire. at least one of the families is being helped by the red cross. the cause is under investigation. >> berkeley police are looking for a man who ran on interstate 80. he has yet to be found. lanes have to be shut down for about 5 minutes of the it's unclear why he was running on the roadway. threaten hundreds of homes this morning. 700 homes in the area have already been evacuated. that fired burn 4,000 acres
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since it started. it's 20% contained. five homes and seven other buildings have been destroyed. two bay areas strike teams have been striked. the fire tripled in size yesterday. it's a combination of dry, hot weather and steep terrain. >> this is going to happening all over. i don't think it's -- specific to the area. this is just what we're going to see across norp california until we get significant rain. >> the fire was started by a vehicle driving in dry vegetation. and a wild fire near -- it's burned 700-acres. the small communities are evacuated. highway 120 is closed in that area. it's the main route through the
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part. highway 140 remains open. >> fremont police say they were forced to break a car wind to get a baby out who was locked inside. it happened on thursday afternoon in the shopping center near fremont boulevard and maori avenue. the mother had accidently locked the baby inside the car. at the time it was hot and sup was streaming directly into the car. they tried to get in using a lockout tool. but say it was taking too long so they broke the window instead. later today the search is expecting to resume for a student who went missing in a texas lake. he was last seen july 13th jumping into lake travis. according to the daily californian, his family raised more than $13,000 to bring in a specialized crew. he was in texas for a summer internship. >> one man is dead after his
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kayak capsized. emergency crews responded just west of the campground. witnesses say the kayak had capsized and one man struggled to stay afloat before disappearing. he was under water before rescuers pulled him and perform cpr. they were unable to revive him. his identity has not been released. a state senator is calling for an investigation into the construction problems. a senate investigative report shows a criminal investigation is warranted. the state department of transportation knowingly accepted substandard work at taxpayer's expense. he'll discuss the report at a hearing on august 5th. people who live and work nearby say they have seen homeless people running across the tracks rein concerned they
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may get hit. residents are asking the city to take more action to help the home god bless. >> fighting continues this morning. despite the militants agreeing to a 24-hour cease fire. israel launched an offense after hamas rejected an earlier proposal. they agreed to a day long u.n.- mediated cease fire but they accuse hamas of still firing rockets. official say they have the right to defend themselves. >> the people of gaza are not our enemy. our enemy are the people shooting those rockets into the israeli cities. >> they e reject because israel wants to continue destroying the tunnels. they cannot tolerate israeli troops in the territory. and the tensions over what's happening in the middle east can be felt here in the bay
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area. >> free county. no it is not a free country. go away. go to where you come from. >> hundreds of people rallied in san francisco in support of the palestinians. the demonstration lasted for more than 4 hours and they marched to union square and back. police did have to break up a heating exchange between several protesters and a family who was sympathetic with israel. >> former california athletic director is going from a golden bear to a nittany lion. she was at berkeley for a decade. says the school will always have a place in her heart. barbara takes over a penn state program reeling from the je ri sandusky sex abuse scandal. new information surrounding the outside lands festival. coming up at 8:30 what we're
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learning about the performers and when they're expecting to hit the stage. >> hundreds of people ran with the bulls. show you why money says you don't have to be young to take on an adventurous challenge. >> clouds overahead. monsoonal moisture back. showers reported this morning. how long i expected those showered to last. those temperatures coming up. >> let's take you outside for a live look at the golden gate bridge. we've been watching it all morning long and there's been a -- steady stream. you're watching mornings on 2. you used to sleep like a champ.
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a stampede of bulls charging through a crowd of people at the county fairground and hundreds of the people did it just for fun. this morning at least two people are recovering from minor injuries that they got during that run. the event was the first of its kind in california but as ktv eurks -- while they're calling it a success, it didn't happen without a bit of controversy. >> reporter: it was pleasantton where more than 2,000 people paid $60 to run with the bulls. >> people are more scary than
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the bulls. >> thrill seeking runs in his family and at 82 he wanted to one-up his children. >> my son -- north shore. and another son bungie jumped. i had to do something. >> he hugs and high fives for running twice. walking with a band aged resist. this is what it looked like on the track. >> a lot of mayhem. everybody's acting like they're brave and laughing and crying and screaming. >> one man got nailed in back. >> he was standing in the certain trying to run -- how straight into the ground. knocked out cold. but an over him. and someone grabbed him and pulled him out. a second person was injured. both are expected to be o.k. >> i'll come and watch my friends do did and root them on, but i don't be it. >>al rights activists protested
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the event. a highly stressful and dangerous situation but the organizers says runners were told not to hit the animals. >> the pulls can hit the people all they want. that's what they signed up for but we don't want people hitting the bulls. >> the revenue have visitors the even though he was the oldest on the track, he'd do it again if given the chance. >> if you're 82, 83, # 4 and you can still run, get out here. don't give up. >> organizers are calling it a major success. they're planning to be back at the fairgrounds next year. reporting in pleasantton. ktvu channel 2 news. >> a 6-year-old born with only half a right harm -- arm. he was three years old when he realized he had disability.
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his feeling have been hurt. >> i've been -- i've been bitten by a shark, alligator and also by -- runed over by a car. >> alex's mom says she knew she wanted to help her son. a team there had created an feveredable bionic arm. after just a few fittings, he was able to use that arm. >> we have a responsibility to do that. with these degrees in engineering if we can't be helping people, then what are they worth? >> the team made that arm with 3d printers. it cost just $350. >> your time is 8:18. we've been showing you pictures outside of san francisco all morning a. little gray out there still. and rosemary's talking about the showers. but it's going to warm up. it's not like it's a cool, cool day for us; right? once again for the afternoon at
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least for some of us and we've sort of had that feeling off and on. throughout parts of month of july as the subaustralia moisture makes its bay. the last 12-24 hours. take a look over what's happening. we've got a mix of sun there. mid-and high level crowds. some of them darker than others and a few scattered showers falling out of the clouds as well. keeping that in mind because i'm going to take you to the radar and quite a bit out there. can't you remember just how dry we are as well. those layers below, very, very dry. a lot of this is verga. some of this is hitting the ground. we've had reports, we've had people tweet. we've had people come in and say i had them on my wind
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windshield. clayton. danville you may have some scattered showers. hayward, union city. light showers this morning. going back and showing you -- want to turn on the water vapor. the ridge of high pressure; right? and the circulation around it. i want to take you off the central california coast. did you notice the little swirl here? this is helping to enhance some of that coming our way. a few scattered showers. big sir had lightning at 6:30 this morning. unstable air as we get into the afternoon, we're partly cloudy to mostly sunny. the futurecast model not doing a very good job. we have seen this time and time again. but by noontime partly cloudy
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to mostly sunny. the on-shore bleez is going to continue. perhaps a tad cooler for some. 62 in napa. temperatures warming up once againment upper 80s in areas like -- mid-# 7 -- mid- to upper 80s pleasantton, livermore. the extending forecast. today the hottest day. temperatures will begin to fall tomorrow. it is going to be a settle drop but at least they are not going upward. temperatures will remain in the mid-# 90s, upper # 0s around the bay. >> many cooing up in 20 minutes the reason a man claims he had to drive through a group of people. >> a deadly year for commercial
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flying. why experts insist flying is still safe despite record numbers.
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fighting is hindering the recovery event of flight 17. international monitors postponed because of the
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fighting. more powerful weapons >> despite the dangers of the dr for the family. they made their way to the site. yesterday's morning on 2 we talked about the family which flu from australia to eastern ukraine. their daughter was on night 17 and despite pleas not to visit the area, they reached the separatist stronghold they said was an extremely emotional time going to the stop where they lost their daughter. >> we promised our daughter werks will come here. as soon as possible. it's a time factor. we should have come here the minute it happened. >> a group of australian plifs are also in eastern ukraine to observe the wreckage and recover the human remains that are still there. however dutch investigators cancelled because of the
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security concerns. >> 2014 has been a deadly year. 761 people have died on airlines this year. that's three times as many deaths as last year. but experts say despite recent incidents. flying is safe. the tragedy involving the malaysia airline plane the disappearance of the airlines flight four months ago are the result of a unusual is circumstances and are not a sign of systemic problems. >> situation we're in is we're flying a great deal more. double the more of -- and yet the fatalities are going down. >> mid-air collisions and crashes less likely n. the u.s. alone the accidents have fallen 83% over the last decade. >> san jose football player are talking about hi injuries.
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his goal to get back on the field after running through a wall flames to save his own life. >> new details of who put white flags on the brooklyn bridge. they say it should have been impossible to pull off. >> mostly cloudy skies and the return of some tropical moisture. scattered showers falling. how long i expect this to last. temperatures for today coming up.
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up top for us this morning. looking at runners here in the san francisco marathon. making their way toward the
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finish line. just about 15 minutes ago the second marathon took off. good morning. welcome back. >> good morning. let's get a quick look at the weather with rosemary who's watching this for us. >> good morning to you. quite interesting outside our doors this morning. in san francisco for the runner, a mix of sun and clouds. a live look into downtown oakland. the low clouds mid and lie helves. they in connection withed. waking up. take a look at the satellite and radar. it's beginning to taper off just a bit. why they are morning, quite a few a reports of light rain in areas like larinda. and you can see it's still a
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few bits of moisture into the east bay. perhaps along 68. heyward around the bridge as well as -- you can see object the east side. as we get into the afternoon, these clouds are going to clear. tornado watches are going to warm up gens again. a few sprinkles reported as i mentioned a moment ago and it's going to feel a little muggy. # in liveradminister. 75 already outside your door in oakland. low 60s in napa. upper 70s in oakland. upper 90 in concord. going solt fair this afternoon, upper 80s expect for the afternoon. a few areas may cool just a tad with the clouds. i'm going to show you when they're expecting to clear and temperatures will continue to
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fall. more on that coming up. >> a bay area tradition. maniermore runners are finishing. live from the finish line there in san francisco. hey. >> good morning, mike. there's something about the number 2. the woman's winner just crossed. the mep's marathon winner was wearing the bib no. 22 so it's a lucky number this morning. we're going it pan over to the -- the 5k runners are heading toward the finish line. they're in the yellow shirts. some of the elite finishers lost all right. they're going to be coming around the horseshoe here in a minute. the women's winner, she crossed about 2:49-ish and slet me show you some to ets of the men's winner. he tells me he was in sec place unless the last mile.
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he really fought for the win. >> i run two marathons a year. this is my first win. it feels good to win one. that is is the start of the race at 5:30 this morning. an early wakeup call for some 26,000 runners. a double marathon or a 5k or a half marathon. plenty of options if you want to run through san francisco today. they took off went across the golden gate bridge. they're ending up here where we are at the finish line. we're going to have more runners. this is the marathon finisher medal. a big shoe with the bridge on it. i might take this home without runner but some of the perk of
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media coverage out here. it's a bit muggy but the runners seem to be handling it just fine. in our next live report, an interview with that womenner's runner out of the berkeley. just another sunday. she's going to go home and hang out with your kids. we'll have her coming up in our next live report. >> time now is 8:34 a wild fire is threatening hundreds of homes this morning. 700 homes this the area have been evacuated. and right now it is 20% contained. 5 homes and seven other buildings have been destroyed. firefighters rescued a 200- pound tortoise. his owners were forced to leave him behind. firefighters wept back to rescue the tortoise yesterday
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after flames blew through that area. that fire started about 3:30 yesterday morning near spartan stadium at south 7th street and east alam avenue. it took firefighters more than hours. had to with taken to hospital with critical injuries. three of the five buildings were destroyed. police say the victim lived there with her two young boys ages 8 and 5. the eight-year- old called for help. >> they got a 9-1-1 call from what happened to be an eighth year old who was at the crime scene reporting that someone
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had attacked his family. >> the eight yead was not hurt the five year old buzz in stable condition. their mother died in the hospital. 4 approximate daryl wakefield was tarkenton custody. they knew the 40-year-old victim. >> very violent and he has a very violent history. he's currently on parole. >> police are not saying how the woman was killed. investigators say they're still searching for the murder weapon and trying to determine why the fame was attacked. a fun radiological -- will be streamed live by the church. misty ho will,lts was shot. he was used as a human shield. it is open to the public. but the burial is private.
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>> san francisco state university professor will appear before a judge tomorrow. mark he hosted students at his home one day a student found a surveillance camera in his bathroom. the investigation started last november. he taught accounting from 2006 until last friday. testimony is set to resume this wednesday in a trial of a teacher accused of molesting students. he's pleaded not guilty. on thursday a data expert testifies that a child porp website history and -- suspicious searches were found on two computers. his defense attorney argued he may have accidently been redirected it those website.
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>> the three day visit will include meetings with lawmakers from mexico as well as the concern country's energy secretary. governor brown is expected to sign several agreement the on issues including climate change, education and trade. joining mimeon't trip a group of business leaders a. quirk in scheduling means california will have four different governors this break. lieutenant governor will head to the east coast for essential olympics red lighted events. dairl signberg then takes over the state lop but he leaves for chicago on personal business on wednesday. and semimy peeker will be accounting govern for an 9 hours. new information is being released about the investigation into who replaced two american flags on the brooklyn bridge with two bleached white flags. they're now saying they
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collecting dna. they stood on those pans but so far they've not found a dna ma much. >> it happens had has to medication us to terrorism and politics. it may been an attempt at making a statement. >> they're looking across social media. they're review surveillance video. >> the 49ers toment keep injured running back kendall hunter. the back-up player tore a knee ligament and is expected to miss the upcoming season which is also the final year of the contract. the general manager said he wants to sign hunter to another contract. he calls him a tremendous
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football player and an even better young man. a san san jose football player is on his way back. he suffered second and third degree burns after flunging through a wall of fire raging in his apartment. he was the team's mild linebacker and while they're preparing for the -- he tells them he's focused on the early stages of a long recovery. however, lee who turns 21 this month is vowing to play football again. >> we know the days and times the singers will perform at the outside lands festival. event is happening august 8th through the 10th. friday's headliner is kanye west who will perform at 8:00 p.m. ryan louis will perform at 8:40 and the killers will perform.
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the event is sold out. >> calling for a criminal investigation into what he calms substandard work at the expense of taxpayers. >> after the break, it's a three-ring circus for cat lovers. special project. >> waking up this morning with a large batch of clouds. even a full spripg les hitting the ground this morning. how long it's going to last. temperatures coming up. >> let's take you outside. there's a look at the golden gate bridge and you can see a few runners making their way still across the span. a lot fewer than earlier. this area is expected to be clear and all lanes open to traffic back at 10:00 a.m. it's 8:41. this is mornings on 2.
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a shock after people witnesses a man driving through a crowd of people. woman in her 60s was hit and fell under the car. she was taken to the hospital and is expected to to recover. he was trying to get around a large group of people.
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people began punching the car. he sped off. >> the man accused of making a threat on a plane is under going a psychiatric evaluation. he was removed. he was on the flight on friday from canada to panama when passengers say he wants to bomb cand. the plane was turned around and a s.w.a.t. team was waiting to board the plane of the he's -- a danger to safety of it an aircraft. runner who -- renter has been allegedly connected to another scamment he was supposed to rent the unit for 44 theys but as stopped paying. apparently this is not the first time he's try a scam. he and his brother collected $40,000 to create a video game of the it's never been
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released. pair recently launched another campaign to raise $25,000. >> gor ban trucks could be running on food waste. a small scale composting program. the register reports they've been wanting to expand that program to produce enough methane. they just received a $3 million state energy grant they could put to the project but in order to fully fund t they would need $12.7 million. >> a woman in colorado is trying to help stray cats. sheas the ring leader of the cat cir suspicious searches. she quit her job to focus on the project. she says so many cats without a home, she wanted to do something to show how far fun owning a cat. she's training cat to entertain potential owners. >> they roll barrels, push
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shopping carts, jump through hoops. ring bells and play in a band. >> after each show people had had the chance to -- martin says since 2009 she's found hopes for 20 cats of. it'll be in boulder then it heads on to denver. >> well, it's definitely a different idea but whatever works to find the cat a new ho embellis. >> 142 cats. >> 8:47. and still this there. >> a little different out there this morning. some tropical moisture moves back in and this morning we're waking up with not only the low clouds but mid-and lie level clouds. giving you a live look there the a san francisco. pointing to the west. the low clouds hugging up against the coastline once again this morning but the mid
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and high levels clouds up and above that. we'll dive in to where we're seeing a few sprinkles. we may still is have a bit. i want to point out the peninsula. so a mix of sun and clouds here. you get into the east bay on the east side of the bridge. last hit i think i called -- sorry about that. it's been bugging me every since. sprinkles reported in your area. fairly widespread but again it's tapering off. showing the ridge of high pressure. that monosoonal moisture that continuing to -- so southern california seeing this. the sierras into the week ahead. thunderstorms in that area. so that's -- it is summertime. a lot of folks heading to the
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sierra. you may find thunderstorms as well. it's going to feel muggy out there. even the possibility of a few isolated sprinkles. hot inland. temperatures not going to bunl a whole lot. by the afternoon, i think we'll be mostly sunny. at least away from the coast. along the coastline we're going to remain with the mostly cloudy skies. 63 in oakland. 6 # in -- 62 in napa. >> if you're thinking about the fair, if you're going to gilboy. the garlic festival. 0 degrees san francisco. this afternoon and into the evening hours for the giants game is going to be a mild one. 97 for concord. mid-60s and partly cloudy in
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pacifica. temperatures will continue to drop. low it mid-90s as we get wednesday and thursday. little change in the forecast when it comes to the numbers. this moisture is going to stick around through monday and be out of the way on tuesday. >> thanks. well, police are search for the person who robbed a casino in las vegas. that robbery happened friday night. police say the gunman went town cashier and took off with cash. it was captured on surveillance video and they're hoping to use that to find the robber. a gunman wearing a helmet left with more than $1.5 in chips. the former son of a las vegas judge was charged with that crime. tug boats are toeing the damage ships from where it sank to the outskirts of italy. 3 # passengers and crew members died in january when that ship
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went down after hitting a rock. it'll be broken up with its parts being sold. >> an act of vandalism at memorial park. what a firefighter found on a sign dedicated to a victim. >> dealing of traffic jam is part of what comes with living in los angeles. one person found time to help pass the time while on the roadway.
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well it people in los angeles found a creative way to pass the time. the group set up a poker table on highway five. police had to shutdown the freeway for hours as they rescued a man from a ledge of an overpass. the woman who posted this picture says they were playing texas hold 'em. the first 15,000 fans were to be given free shirts. however there was a type owe. they forget a t. the rockies have apologize for the misspelled jerseys. there's one that's spelled correctly. they've offered to exchange for one that's spelled correctly and offered to give a ticket. to a future game. >> name -- this morning the dodgers are back in first
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place. last night fourth inning, two out rally. gonzalez with a shot to sun- soaked right field. can't find the ball. next batter ramirez. it falls in. oregon less scores. ramirez nailed trying to go to second. it's 1-0 dodgers and that's all they would need. kershaw threw a complete game. a 5-0 win. the jinns try to take back first place. they're encouraged to take public transportation. they'lled a extra trains to accommodate the respected rise in the number of panels. there are special trains arriving at 3:36, 4:36 and 7:0 the oaklands have the best record if baseball. sam m you gray has 2 of them. he got the offensive support.
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say hello to john. a two-run shot to left field. oaklands takes the lead. the walking highlight goes opposite field. 3-1 oakland. pretty good as well. muscles one out to -- and then josh redding says he wants it get in the mix. he send one to who knows where. and no idea where that landed. >> well people who struggle with obesity could find some new help from bacteria. they've been testing the new bacteria on mice. they say reg shows that probiotics have been table prevent weight gain. they say probiotics are a lot of look the ones you can find in yogurt. they seem to create an environment such that we either
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absorb or manage or metabolize metabolize -- they can develop a vaccine against obesity. >> people who work odd hours are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. they have a 9% increase risk for the disease. data shows for that people who rotate the risk is even higher at 42 plgt. rempleers say by not having a regular sleep wake cycle people can weaken their insulin resistance. action thriller appears to have taken over. >> what did you do to my stomach? lucy tells the story about a woman kidnapped and used as a drug deal. she's able to use 100% of her
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brain. it brought in -- don of the planet of the apes and plane's fire and rescue. >> coming up in our 9:00 hour, the actions they took after finding her baby locked in the car with the sun streaming in. >> uc berkeley sophomore is still missing. the money now being raised as the century continues today. >> subtropical moisture and clouds. we'll go back to the radar and take a look at where a full showers are falling and at pattern for your sunday coming up.
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we're live along the embarcadero at the finish line. we're three and a half hours into the race. i'll have the latest on the finish time as some 26,000 people run across the city. and a wildfire in amador county continues to grow. the number of homes now being evacuated as those flames move closer. a triple shooting in east palo alto. the condition of the victims. mornings on 2 starts now.
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good morning to you. you are taking a look at live pictures courtesy of news chopper 2 as the runners head toward the finish line of the san francisco marathon. ktvu is down there. in just a minute we will have more on the race and the people who have already crossed the finish line. welcomes to mornings on 2. it is sunday, july 27th. >> you can see the sun is shining, at least in that part of san francisco. let's check in with rosemary. >> good morning to you. that's a great way of putting it. i noticed the sun also reflecting off the ground. take a look at this live view from san francisco. you can see a mix of low, mid, and high level clouds over the bay. depending on where you're at, you're either mostly sunny,
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partly sunny, or socked in by low clouds and fog. several reports of a few scattered showers passing overhead earlier this morning. this is a two-hour time-lapse i'm taking from 7:00 to 9:00. you can see it is pretty much tapered off. a few sprinkles over the east bay hills at this time. milpitas, maybe along 880, into san jose, a few sprinkles. the layers below very dry. a lot of it not hitting the ground. but again we had several reports this morning from berkeley, los gatos, saratoga. so you may have had some outside your door as well. as we get into the second half of the morning and into the afternoon these clouds are clearing out. 62 degrees in napa. low 90s in some areas. antioch, you will be back into the upper 90s. inland communities, warm around the bay, 64 in oakland.
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for the second half, upper 70s to low 80s for the east bayshore line. 64 in belmont. now let's take a look at those afternoon highs. mid-60s for pacifica, 70 san francisco, 82 for hayward, 91 in livermore. so another mild, to warp to hot day, depending on where you are at. temperatures will continue to cool. i'll have a look at that in the extended forecast. more on that coming up. happening now, we are following a bay area tradition. the 37th annual san francisco marathon. we hope you were watching at 8:00 this morning when we showed you live the winner of the men's race. 's runner from reno. we are going to go back now to katie live at the finish line watching as those runners continue to cross. >> reporter: claudine, i'm sure you can hear the music. it is a party out here. it is a beautiful day along the
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embarcadero. the finishers are coming in strong about three and a half hours into the race. we're seeing a steady stream of runners finishing. they have completed 26.2 miles. i'm not sure how they do it, but they do it beautifully. let me show you some news chopper 2 video overhead. some 26,000 people are partaking in the san francisco marathon. the 5k runners are wearing the yellow shirts. the top female runner finished 2 hours 49 minutes. she won this race as well last year. >> it definitely adds a little pressure the next time you run it. you want to win again, and it's not always easy to do that. >> reporter: runners took off from the embarcadero around 5:30 this morning. it is a massive event across the city. local motorcycle clubs are
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providing the security. as far as we know, everything has gone off without a hitch today. and we've got one runner here who is looking a little ill, but we do have plenty of medics out here helping. for the most part the weather has been cool so that's good news. it is getting a little bit sunny. ace look down, it is cloudy and rain on that side of the city. if you know how it is in san francisco, one half can be foggy, the other half beautiful. so up until now the weather has been great. this is what they're running for. a medal of the san francisco marathon. it's a beautiful medal. there are plenty of folks out here happy to receive it. we'll be live for one more half- hour and have more on all of the elite finishers and some of the regular folks out here running their first, maybe even their second marathon. a wildfire near the town of plymouth in amador county is
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threatening hundreds this morning. we just received an update from cal fire. that fire has burned 3800 acres since friday afternoon. right now it is 35% contained. 700 homes have been evacuated. five homes and seven other buildings have been destroyed. two strike teams have been sent in to fight the fire. the fire tripled in size yesterday. firefighters say it is a combination of dry, hot weather and steep terrain that is making it so tough for them to put out. >> this is going to be happening all over. i don't think it's specific to the amador-el dorado area. this is just what we're going to see across northern california until we get significant rain. >> cal fire says that fire was started by a vehicle driving in dry vegetation. a wildfire near yosemite is also forcing evacuations. 700 acres near 140 and 120.
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two small communities are evacuated. highway 120 is closed in that area. it is a main route through the park. highway 140 remains open. new this morning, two families are living in temporary housing this morning after a fire destroyed their apartment in richmond. it started just before 4:00 on mcbride avenue near humboldt street. two people were injured. firefighters say a woman suffered burns to 40% of her body and a man had burns to his arms. firefighters say a neighbor helped save lives by knocking on people's doors to warn them about the fire. at least one of the families is being helped by the red cross. the cause of that fire is still under investigation. also new this morning, east palo alto police are investigating a triple shooting. just before midnight, officers were called to kavanaugh drive near an elementary school. police found three victims, one man and two women. the 31-year-old man died at the scene while the women were taken to the hospital in stable
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condition. no arrests have been made. investigators are asking for the public's help. fremont police say they were forced to break a car window to rescue a six-month- old baby who was accidentally locked inside. it happened thursday afternoon near fremont boulevard. police say the mother had accidentally locked the baby inside the car and called for help. at the time it was hot, and the sun was streaming directly onto the child's face. officers say they tried to get in using one of those lock-out tools but say it was taking too long, so they broke the window instead. later today the search is expected to resume for a uc berkeley sophomore who jumped off a boat into lake travis. he never resurfaced. his family has raised $3,000 to bring in a specialized crew from florida to search for him. a state senator is calling
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for a criminal investigation into construction problems on the new bridge. he says the report shows that a criminal investigation is warranted. he says the report shows how the state department of transportation knowingly accepted substandard work attacks pairs' expense. the state senator will discuss the report at a hearing on august 5th. some residents of albany are raising concerns about homeless communities living along the railroad tracks between cedar and gilman streets. some people who live and work nearby say they have seen homeless people running across the tracks and are concerned that they may get hit. residents are asking the city to take more action to help the homeless. the tensions over the middle east can be felt here in the bay area. hundreds of people rallied in san francisco in support of the palestinians. the demonstration lasted for
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more than four hours. people marched to union square and then back. police did have to break up a heated exchange between several protesters and a family who was sympathetic with israel. fighting between israel and hamas continues this morning. that's despite the militants group agreeing to a 24-hour cease-fire. israel launched that offensive in gaza after hamas rejected an earlier truce proposal. however, the israelis accuse hamas of continuing to fire rockets into israel. the tel aviv government thanked the u.s. and the secretary of state, john kerry, for efforts to end the fighting but officials say they have the right to defend themselves. >> the people of gaza are not our enemy. our enemy are the people shooting those rockets into israeli cities, the terrorists trying to kill our people. >> hamas rejected the truce because israel wanted to
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continue to destroy tunnels. a mixed martial arts fighter who has been training in the south bay is now getting ready to join the israeli army. the featherweight fighter won his final bout yesterday in san jose. he won a unanimous decision. he says it is now his duty to go back to israel where he was born. he adds that while he has been living in sunny california, his parents have been forced to run to bomb shelters during missile attacks with just 15-second warnings. excitement is building in san francisco. coming up, the schedule revealing what days and times singers will be performing. up next, grabbing the bull bey the horns. reaction from people who participated in the great bull run at the pleasanton fairgrounds. after a cloudy start to the
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day ming sprinkles are falling. i'm updating your temperatures for today coming up.
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vandalism at a playground built in honor of a six-year- old girl killed at sandy hook elementary school is being investigated. a local firefighter was walking near the playground when he discovered several scratches on the sign. police say they believe the vandalism happened last
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weekend. a six-year-old boy born with only half of a right arm is getting some help from engineer nears at the university -- engineers at the university of florida. he says his feelings have been hurt as other children talk about his arm knew. i've been bitten by a shark, alligator, and also round over bey a car. >> alex's mom says she knew she wanted to help her son and discovered a project at the ucf engineering school. a team there had created an affordable bionic arm that alex could use. after just a few fittings he was able to use that new arm. >> we have a responsibility to do this. with these degrees in engineering, if we can't be helping people with it, then what are they worth? >> the team made that arm with 3-d printers and common off the shelf gear. it cost just about $350. bay area brides today will
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get a chance to find that perfect dress at an event that promises to not only save them some money but also help in the fight against breast cancer. it is called the brides against breast cancer tour of gowns. this weekend it is in the east bay. tour of gowns raises money to deliver free information and services to thousands of children and adults impacted by cancer. >> we have hundreds of deeply discounted designer brand name and lovingly worn dresses that brides can brows through. savings up to 85% off. >> local wedding vendors are also available to meet with participants. this morning at least two people are recovering from minor injuries sustained in the bull run in pleasanton. the event was the first of its kind in california. but as ktvu tells us, while organizers are calling it a success, it did not happen without a bit of controversy.
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>> reporter: it wasn't pamplona. it was pleasanton, where more than 2,000 people paid $60 to run with the bulls. >> people are more scary than the bulls. >> reporter: this man says thrill seeking runs in his family. and at 8 2, he wanted to one-up his children. >> i thought i had to do something. >> reporter: he garnered hugs and high fives for running twice, walking away with a bandaged wrist. this is what it looked like on the track. >> a lot of mayhem. everybody is acting like they're brave, then they're booted off to the side and laughing and crying and screaming. >> reporter: one man got nailed in the back. >> he was standing in the center, trying to run in front of the bull, and he got nailed straight in the back, the bull
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ran over him. someone grabbed him and pulled him out. >> reporter: a second person was injured. both are expected to be okay. >> i'll watch my friends do it, but i won't be in it. >> animal rights activists protested saying the bull run forces animals into a highly stressful anding dangerous situation. but the organizer says runners are told not to hit or hurt the animals. >> we love our bulls. the bulls can hit the people all they want. that's what the people sign up for, but we don't want the people hitting the bulls. >> reporter: the runs brought in more than $150,000, not to mention the revenue from visitors at restaurants and hotels. this man says even though he was the oldest on the track, he would do it again if given the charns. >> if you're 8 2, 93, 84, and you can still run, get out here. >> reporter: organizers are calling the event a major success. they're already planning to be back at the fairgrounds next year. reporting in pleach ton,
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kristina rendon, kt v sue news. it feels, i think, from what we've seen, maybe a little muggy out there, like we're on the east coast. >> sure, or maybe hawaii. >> hawaii would be nice. >> very nice. >> yes, that humid, sticky muggy weather back in the bay area. tropical moisture moved back in from the desert southwest. we're giving you a live look at a beautiful view of san jose. we've got some green on the radar. we've got some virga in some areas, meaning not necessarily hitting the ground. a light shower just hit and on its way. giving awe look at the radar and satellite view, we have been watching this ridge of high pressure for the last couple of wakes and the motion around that ridge, sending that desert monsoonal moisture our way. so southern california, the
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sierra once again with the possibility of thunderstorms. we had lightning strikes off big sur earlier this morning. that has since moved on. take a look at where i'm still picking up a few scattered showers. along 680, maybe 24, areas like concord, down through san ramon. this is what you have up above. as we slide into the south bay we've got a little bit of rain along the east side of san jose. 280, perhaps over areas like 84, 82. i'm going to back it up and show you over the last couple of hours notice how the clouds are thinning out. so we are beginning to see sunny conditions. as claudine mentioned, temperatures are beginning to rebound. for the afternoon we are going to be just as warm as yesterday. if you do have the clouds overhead that may help suppress the temperatures just a bit but not bey much. a few sprinkles this morning. partly cloudy. we're going to be hot again inland. temperatures right now 66 san
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francisco. already a warm day. concord 70, 73 in livermore. san jose 66 right now. i think will you go into the upper 80s for the afternoon. take a look. by lunchtime 82 expected. upper 80s. by 3:00, i think you will top out at 89. 83 still at 6:00. settling into the evening hours, 9:00 in the upper 60s to low 70s. afternoon highs around the bay. 88 for santa rosa, 72 in sausalito. 80 degrees for san leandro. but you go into the valleys, and it is a warm day. 98 in danville. into the south bay, 95 for morgan hill. 95 in gilroy for the garlic festival. 85 palo alto. 70 for san francisco. the extended forecast here with the second half of your weekend in view, today is going to be one of the hottest. temperatures will continue to
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fall off as we get back to work on monday. that subtropical moisture is going to hang around for monday. should be clearing by tuesday. back to the desk. a new bacteria that could help people struggling with obesity. coming up, the reason scientists say they have yet to develop the vaccine. and up next, concerns about air safety continue to rise. the one thing industry experts say is helping.
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fighting between pro- russian separatists and ukrainian troops is hindering the recovery efforts of flight 17. international monitors postponed a visit to the area yesterday, or today, rather, because of unsafe conditions. there are reports of shelling and gunfire. the obama administration has accused russia of planning to supply the rebels with heavier
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and more powerful weapons. despite the dangers the family of one of the passengers aboard the flight has made their way to the site. we told you about the family which flew from australia to eastern ukraine to see the site. their 25-year-old daughter was on flight 17. despite pleas from the ukrainian government not to visit the area they did reach the separatist stronghold. they said it was an extremely emotional time going to the spot where they lost their daughter. >> we have promised our daughter we will come here. but actually as soon as possible. it is a time factor. we should have come here the minute it happened. >> a group of australian police officers are also in eastern ukraine to observe the wreckage and recover the human remains that are still there. however, dutch investigators canceled their visit to the site because of security concerns. the $100 million security perimeter detection system at new york's kennedy airport
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failed again. yesterday airport workers found two kayakers on a pier at the end of the runway. the men told the new york post that they rode to the closest point on shore after losing a couple of their paddles. both men were cited for trespassing. it is the same runway where a man climbed over an 8-foot fence two years ago and walked into the airport after his watercraft ran out of gas. so far 2014 has been a deadly year for commercial flight. 764 people have died, almost three times as many deaths as last year, and the highest number of fatalities since 2010. but experts say despite recent incidents, flying is say. they say the tragedies involving the malaysia airlines plane shot down near the ukraine-russia border and the mysterious disappearance of the flight four months ago are the result of unusual circumstances and are not a sign of systemic problems. >> the situation we're in is that we're flying a great deal more. double the number of flight hours for commercial aviation that was true 20 years ago.
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and yet the fatalities are steadily going down. >> industry experts say technology has made mid-air collisions and crashes less likely. in the u.s. alone the rate of deadly airplane accidents has dropped 93% the last decade. up next, a san francisco state university professor is due back in court. the accusations against him that include a surveillance camera hidden in a tissue box. new information on how american flags were replaced on the brooklyn bridge. plus, the clues investigators are to you looking into. outside our doors this morning subtropical clouds, moisture-filled skies, even some of that hitting the ground. we will go back to the radar. i'll update your temperatures for today, coming up.
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you are taking a live look from news chopper 2 which is flying above san francisco's embarcadero. there is the finish line as runners continue to cross. all morning long thousands of runners have been making their way through the city for the annual san francisco marathon. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm -- i'm mike mibich.
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can't say i've ever ran a marathon. >> let's check in with rosemary. marathon for you? >> no, i can't say i have. here's san francisco in the backdrop. low clouds, mid and high level clouds, and a batch of moisture that has dropped, well, light rain over parts of the bay area. several areas reporting that. earlier this morning it was areas like palo alto, areas like saratoga, los gatos, berkeley. if we shift inland wade call into the newsroom saying it is raining in dublin. it sure is. take a look. lighting sprinkles falling over dublin. looks like it is going to be moving out of your area shortly. a few sprinkles this morning, reports of virga, meaning we see it on the radar but it is not necessarily hitting the ground because it is very dry out there.
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73 livermore, 73 in antioch. so with the subtropical moisture back in the picture it is going to feel a bit muggy out there. 65 in novato. we could cool just a and in the some areas because of the clouds, because of the on shore breeze, but i think it is going to be mainly hot for inland communities once again. mid to upper 90s in the forecast for you. 70s, 80s around the basement 80 degrees for san mateo, 70 san francisco. cool once again in pacifica. 65 expected for you. we do have this cooling trend that will continue. it's a minor one but i will show you that. we'll talk about how long the subtropical moisture is going to remain in place coming up. happening now, more runners crossing the finish line at the san francisco marathon. 26,000 people signed up for the race, billed as one of the most scenic in the world. ktvu's katie is live at the
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finish line. >> reporter: i heard you all talking about how long you could run. i've got running shoes on, but you won't catch me running a marathon. i do want to give a happy birthday shout-out to someone who is running their first marathon. her mother approached me. emily, it's her 25th birthday, and she is running her first marathon. quite an accomplishment. there are some 26,000 people who are completing this. we'll show from you video from news chopper 2 which has been overhead all morning. they've got some 26,000 people that are running the marathon. the men's top finisher completed it in about two-and-a- half hours. he is from reno. our women's top finisher, this is actually her second year winning the race. she completed it in 2 hours 49 minutes, and she's out of berkeley. she's a bit of a local phenomenon. i am told that she has also won the oakland marathon. there are just tons of local runners out here.
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the man you are about to hear from is celebrating his wedding anniversary and the completion of a very long run today. i asked him what it takes to go the distance. >> just a lot of miles. it takes about 500 miles of training for one full, and not much less than that for a half. so this is just a celebration of all the training. >> reporter: it really is a celebration for all these folks. the race started at 5:30. they ran across the city, over the golden gate bridge, through golden gate park, back here to the embark deer radio. i'm told it is one of the only races in july because of the fantastic weather here. there are so many people that want to cheer on the runners and take the spot that i'm standing in, because they have loved ones crossing the finish line. so we're going to wrap this up.
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live in san francisco, ktvu. a wildfire is threatening homes in amador. right now it is 35% contained. five homes and seven buildings have been destroyed. firefighters rescued a 200- pound tortoise named abe from the wildfire. abe's owners were forced to leave the 20-year-old reptile behind when they evacuated. firefighters went back to rescue the tortoise yesterday after the flames flew through that area. police have arrested a man on suspicion of killing a woman and injuring her five-year-old son. it happened west of sonoma boulevard. police say the victim lived there with her two young boys, ages eight and five. they say just before 2:00 the eight-year-old called 911 asking for help. >> the police department gets a 911 call from what appears to
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be an eight-year-old who was at the crime scene, reporting that someone had just come in and attacked his family. >> police say the eight-year- old was not hurt. the five-year-old boy is in stable but serious condition. their mother died on the way to the hospital. police say they arrested 43- year-old darrell wakefield of vallejo on suspicion of murder and attempted murder. police say that wakefield knew the 40-year-old victim. >> it was a very violent incident. mr. wakefield has a very violent history. he is currently on cdc parole. >> police are not saying how the woman was killed. investigators say they're still searching for the murder weapon and are also trying to determine why the family was attacked j. a san francisco state university professor is going to appear before a judge tomorrow. mark landis allegedly videotaped more than a dozen former and current students. prosecutors say he hosted students at his home but one day a student found a
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surveillance camera in the bathroom disguised as a tissue box. the investigation started last november. he taught accounting from 2006 until last friday. and testimony is set to resume this wednesday in the trial of a former concord schoolteacher accused of molesting students. 46-year-old joseph martin has pleaded not guilty to 150 counts involving 14 former male students. on thursday a data expert testified that a child porn website history and suspicious searches were found on two computers belonging to martin. martin's defense attorney argued that martin may have accidentally been redirected to the websites through unintended pop-ups. a funeral for a woman killed in a police chase will be streamed live. police say she was used as a human shield by one of the robbers. her funeral is going to be held tomorrow, 11:00 a.m.
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at bear creek community church in lodi. it is a public service. we are learning new information about the soldier from central california what was killed in a bomb blast in afghanistan. the 19-year-old army private, first class keith williams' family spoke out. they remembered williams as a natural born comedian who loved to make people laugh. they say he joined the military because he wanted to do everything he could to make sure he protected the people he loved. >> his mom and i are very proud of his accomplishment, even though we've lost him, and it's very, very difficult. but we're very proud of him. that williams died thursday when the truck he was riding in near the border of pakistan was hit by an i.e.d. another soldier from nebraska was killed in that attack. governor brown is headed to mexico on an important economic trip. governor brown is expected to sign several agreements on issues including climate change, education, and trade.
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joining him on the trip will be a group of business leaders and state lawmakers. a quirk in scheduling means california will have four different governors this week. governor brown will be in mexico. lieutenant governor gavin newsom will head to the east coast on tuesday for a special olympics related event. senate president pro tem darrell steinberg will take over leadership but he leaves for chicago on wednesday, so assembly speaker tony adkins will be active governor for about nine hours until governor brown returns from mexico. new information is being released about the investigation into who replaced two american flags on the brooklyn bridge with two bleached white flags. investigators are now saying they collected dna from tin cans that were covering bridge lights. they believe whoever switched out those flags stood on the pans but so far they haven't found a dna match. >> at this time it appears hat
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no particular necks to us terrorism or even politics. this may be somebody's art project or it may be an attempt at making some kind of statement. >> investigators say they are looking across social media for any clues. they're also interviewing flag makers and checking internet sales. they are also reviewing surveillance video, checking license plates and tracing five nicknames that tipsters suggest might be associated with the incident. the 49ers say they want to keep injured running back kendall hunter, as we told you yesterday. the backup player tore a knee legment and is expected to miss the upcoming season which is also the final year of his contract. the general manager of the 49ers told comcast sportsnet he wants to sign hunter to another contract. he calls him a tremendous football player and an even better young man. a san jose state football player is also on a difficult road back from a debilitating injury. linebacker jarrod lee suffered burns after plunging through what he called a wall of fire
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raging in his apartment. he was slated to become the team's starting middle linebacker, and now while the spartans are preparing for their first game next month, he tells the mercury news he is focused on the early stages of a long recovery. however, leif, who turns 21 is vowing to play football again. we now know the days and times singers will perform at this year's outside land festival in san francisco. that event is august 8th through 10th at golden gate park. friday's headline ser kanye west who is going to perform at 8:00. saturday macklemore and ryan lewis will perform, then on sunday the killers will perform at 8:00. according to the outside lands festival website the event is sold out. >> garbage trucks in napa may soon be fueled by the city's food waste. how much the city is looking to spend to upgrade its food composting program. skateboarding cat, yes.
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you can hear the screams of shock after people at san diego's comic-con witnessed a man driving through a crowd of people. a woman was hit. she was taken to the hospital. she is expected to recover. the driver, aussie there, he was taken in for questioning. police say he was trying to get around a large crowd of people
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when his children got scared. they say when he tried to drive through the crowd, people began punching the car, and that's when he sped off. the renter who refuses to leave a condo has been connected to another scam. the owner says he was supposed to rent the unit for 44 days but has stopped paying and will not move out. according to the san francisco chronicle apparently this isn't the first time he has tried a scam. back in november on kick starter he and his brother collected $40,000 to create a video game. that game has never been released. the chronicle reports he recently launched another campaign to raise $25,000. garbage trucks in napa could soon be running on food waste. for the past year the city has been hosting a food composting program. officials have been wanting to expand the program to produce enough methane to power the garbage trucks. napa just received adds 3 million state energy grant that they could put toward the
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project but in order for it to be fully funded the city would need $12.7 million. a woman in colorado is trying to help stray cats by taking them from the street to the stage. samantha martin is the ringleader of the cat circus. she says she quit her job as a zookeeper to focus on the project. she says after seeing so many cats without a home she wanted to do something to show people how much fun owning a cat could be so she began training cats to entertain potential owners. >> the cats roll barrels, push shopping carts, jump through hoops, doing long jumps, high jumps, ring bells, and even play in an all-cat band called the rock cats. >> after each show people have the chance to adopt any of the performers. martin says since 2009 she has found homes for 142 cats. the cat circus will be in boulder throughout the weekend before heading to denver. martin says she is still
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working on the show schedule for next year. time now is 9:46. it has been raining a little bit this morning in parts of the bay area. >> yeah. >> still shaping up to be a hot day. >> it is going to be a warm one once again. we could see temperatures drop off with this new transition in a weather pattern that we are seeing here. it is back, the subtropical moisture that just keeps giving. take a look outside our doors. mount diablo there, you can see it for yourself, the mid and high-level clouds. it was kind of rare earlier in july but this is, what, our third or fourth bout now, so it's kind of becoming the norm, at least for now. a ridge of high pressure over the four corners in the desert southwest, and the motion around that ridge of high pressure bringing in that monsoonal moisture. so we sure have seen a lot of it latelily over southern california, over the sierra, thunderstorms a possibility again as we get into the week ahead. so fur planning a trip to the sierra something to keep an eye
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object. we had a few scattered showers pass through earlier this morning. it was more widespread from areas along the south bay into the east bay. if we shift closer you can see continuing to get a few scattered showers perhaps over areas like dublin, pleasanton, and black hawk, the east bay hills as well. so that ridge of high pressure is going to remain in place. that will keep our temperatures warm. the subtropical moisture coming our way that is going to make it feel a little humid once again for today. the morning showers, hot temperatures, back into the 90s for our inland communities. 70s and 80s around the bay. partly to mostly cloudy. six at the coast where with the low clouds and the fog along the coastline. so temperatures range from the low 60s to the low 70s at this time. 74 in antioch, 73 in livermore, and san jose you are checking in at 66. we're going to see the giants play for tab. partly cloudy skies, a westerly breeze, 65 degrees. it will be a nice afternoon and evening as we head out towards at&t park for that game later
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today. 87 for novato, 84 for san rafael. it will be warm out there. 98 in danville, upper 70s to low 80s for the east bayshore line. 79 for oakland this afternoon. upper 80s in santa clara, mill pitta. 95 for morgan hill. thinking about the gilroy garlic festival, 94 there. upper 80s in areas like redwood city. 75 san bruno. along the coast partly to mostly cloudy skies, 66 degrees expected this afternoon for half moon bay. the extended forecast here, today is one of the hottest days. temperatures will continue to trend downward but it will be just a minor subtle drop as we go from day to day. mid-90s tuesday, wednesday. a tad cooler on thursday. upper 70s to low 80s remaining around the bay. along the coast mid-60s in the
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forecast. meanwhile that monsoonal moisture that is now over the bay area will continue through monday, perhaps lingering into tuesday. back to the desk. people who struggle with obesity could soon find some help from a new bacteria. scientists have been testing it on mice. they say research shows the probiotics have been able to prevent weight gain, even in high-fat diets. >> probiotics are a special class of bacteria. they seem to create an environment such that we either absorb or manage or metabolize nutrients in a variety of different ways. >> researchers say once they find out how the bacteria does this, they can develop a vaccine against obesity. and people who work odd hours appear to be at a higher risk of developing type ii
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diabetes. researchers say people who work outside normal office hours after 9% increased risk for the disease. data shows for people who rotate between day and night shifts, the risk is even higher at 42%. researchers say by not having a regular sleep/wake cycle, people can weaken their resistance. a man robs the bellagio casino in las vegas. and a friendly game of poke tore help pass the time during a traffic jam. the details behind a rescue mission that shut down a major california interstate. we love this kitchen! what's next? great! do you have measurements?
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woah, this kitchen is beautiful! give him the tour. let me show you! soft-close drawers, farm sink! where's my room? we had to take just a little bit for the kitchen. because your kitchen dreams can be big. ikea has it all. friday night's box office results are in. the sci-fi action thriller appears to have taken over. >> what did you do to my stomach? >> "lucy" tells the story of a woman kidnapped and used as a drug mule. when the drugs inside her leak she is able to use 100% of her
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brain. the r-rated flick brought in $17.1 million. number two, hercules brought in $11 million. "dawn of the planet of the apes" rounded out the top five. a promotion at last night's colorado rockies game did not go as planned. the first 15,000 fans were given those free tulowitzki shirts. unfortunately there is a typo. it is missing ago t in the shortstop's name. the rockies have appear poll guides. they have offered to exchange the jersey for one that is spelled correctly and have offered to give fans a free ticket to a future game. the los angeles came to town with a mission to win. last night, 4th inning, adrian gonzalez with a shot to a sun soaked right field.
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hunter pens -- pence can't see the ball. ramirez is nailed trying to two to second. 1-0 dodgers. that's all they would need. clayton kershaw tossing a cleat game, two-hitter. 113 pitches, seven strikeouts and a 5-0 win for losing angeles. now, newly acquired giant jake peavy will be on the mound tonight as the giants look to take back first place. fans are encouraged to take public transportation to tonight's game. local transit agencies, including cal tran, are providing extra services to accommodate the expected rise in the number of passengers. there are special trains arriving at 3:36 and 4:36 for the 5:07 first pitch. the oakland a's have the best record in baseball with 64 wins. yesterday down one, say hello to john jaso. oakland takes the league. let's stay in the 6th because it was a pretty good inning.
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cespedes goes opposite field. next inning, the 7th pretty good as well. the powerful josh donaldson muscling one out to deep right center. then it's josh reddick who sends one to who knows where. no idea where that one landed into. the texas night sky. a's win 5-1. the costa concordia cruise ship is arriving at its time port today. tug boats are towing the damaged ships to italy. 32 passengers and crew members died in january 2012 when the ship struck a rock off the coast of italy. the costa concordia will now be broken up with its parts being sold. police are searching for the person who robbed the bellagio casino in las vegas. police say the gunman went up to the cashier, pulled out a gun, then took off with cash. the robbery was captured on surveillance video. police are hoping to use that video to help find the suspect.
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some people in los angeles found a creative way to pass the time during a traffic jam. the los angeles times says a group set up a poker table on friday along interstate 5. police had shut down the interstate in both directions for hours as they rescued a man from the ledge of an overpass. the woman who posted this picture said the group was playing a little texas hold 'em. time now 8:57. right back to rosemary for a last check of weather. >> good morning to you. the clouds are clearing, the showers that we saw earlier this morning tapering off. a look here into the 9:00 hour. we are still with partly cloudy to partly sunny skies around the bay and inland and along the coast we're partly to mostly cloudy. as we get bay the second half notice we're partly cloudy to mostly sunny. at least away from the coast. i think the clouds are going to linger near the coast today. temperatures a lot like yesterday. the clouds may help to suppress some of those numbers so we may not be as hot but for the most part a little change in the
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forecast, at least when it comes to the temperatures. the extended forecast showing temperatures continuing to cool, although not a whole lot. monsoonal moisture hanging around through tuesday morning. >> got it. thank you, rosemary. appreciate it. and that is our report for this morning. thanks for making ktvu your choice for news. >> we're going to continue to follow the results for this year's san francisco marathon. you can get updates any time on ktvu.com, facebook, and our twitter pages. thanks for joining us. enjoy the rest of your sunday.
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